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Here are some pics of a mechanical room in a condo. Some maintenance guys are neat freaks. Others, not so much.

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Wow!! The Fire Prevention guys in my twp. would write a few violations & penalties at this place.


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wow, thought I was bad...

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twh:

Are the 'red' motors and parts from a fire sprinkler pump?



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Originally Posted by HotLine1
twh:

Are the 'red' motors and parts from a fire sprinkler pump?


They are heating system circ pumps.

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Thanks


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I've always thought that if the shop is TOO tidy you can't find anything, but that does seem to be the opposite extreme!

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When I joined the company, that I've worked for, for the last 10 or so years, I walked in and came across a workshop that looked like that.
I turned around and said "There is no way I'm working in a place like this, either this place gets cleaned up or you can find someone else, it is a safety and fire hazard having all this "stuff" lying around like this".
The place got cleaned up, there is no need for this sort of mess in a place where people are required to work.

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Currently pulling branch circuits...

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Just before the 'rona hit, I was wrapping up a MASSIVE 100K sqft kitchen in a FB building.

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Nice!!


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